A man from Kisii has been burnt beyond recognition after mysterious fire razed the Egesa bar and restaurant. There were other six people in the building among them three females.
It is not clear why the man had booked the room in the lodging which is located less than two kilometers from his home. Confirming the incident Kisii county commander Charles Kases said that police are investigating the incident where the man was burnt beyond recognition inside a lodging at the Birongo shopping center.
In other news a man collapsed and died in Muranga inside a lodging he had booked a room at around 9 pm on Tuesday. After booking the room the man was joined by Mary mwende Munyalo an hour later.
He two reportedly took supper at the bar after which Opiyo entered a bathroom where he emerged after a few minutes. The 50 years old man requested Mary mwende to go to bed but she said she would first take a bath.
While taking bath, Mary mwende heard the man groaning and when she came out of the bathroom she saw the man lying on the bed naked struggling to breathe.
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